Numerical and experimental investigation of natural flow-induced vibrations of flexible hydrofoils

@inproceedings{Chae2016NumericalAE,
  title={Numerical and experimental investigation of natural flow-induced vibrations of flexible hydrofoils},
  author={Eun Jung Chae and Deniz Tolga Akcabay and Alexandra Lelong and Jacques Andre Astolfi and Yin Lu Young},
  year={2016}
}
  • Eun Jung Chae, Deniz Tolga Akcabay, +2 authors Yin Lu Young
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • The objective of this work is to present combined numerical and experimental studies of natural flow-induced vibrations of flexible hydrofoils. The focus is on identifying the dependence of the foil’s vibration frequencies and damping characteristics on the inflow velocity, angle of attack, and solid-to-fluid added mass ratio. Experimental results are shown for a cantilevered polyacetate (POM) hydrofoil tested in the cavitation tunnel at the French Naval Academy Research Institute (IRENav). The… CONTINUE READING

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